Review by Kehinde

PTSD, (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a major threat to the lives of those who suffer from it. Although grossly underappreciated, its debilitating effects must not be overlooked. Some people have had to deal with being isolated from their families and loved ones as a result of this, while others have experienced scarring that can last a lifetime. However, has any kind of conspiracy or crookedness ever been considered regarding healing from this disorder? 

Following the explosion of a Boeing 727 engine five feet away from her, just in time, the author, H. Nattanya Andersen, a flight attendant on that plane at the time, details everything she’s had to deal with in her book, The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Fallacy. She is eventually diagnosed with PTSD as a result of this, and her employer’s psychiatrists and therapists nearly push her to suicide. 

However, there is a hidden conspiracy behind this diagnosis that is more than meets the eye as a result of this. What is it exactly, and how does the author appraise the circumstances and make her decisions? A sample of this book will guarantee an exciting, suspenseful, and pleasurable experience for readers. 

This book was very fantastic, and the plot blew me away. The plot was unpredictable and suspenseful, which was a pleasant surprise. The book was also educational in all its aspects, as it clearly explained how to deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, particularly from her first-person perspective. She advised on how to love oneself, heal oneself, and how medical authorities’ therapy of the condition is the polar opposite of its actual treatment, among other things. She also quoted a number of smart and philosophical sayings from famous people. The book’s scientific, medical, and psychological indulgence was one of my favourites. It very much covered all of these topics and was fantastic. It also highlighted a number of historical inventions, including Blaise Pascal’s computer and many others. In general, it was an enjoyable experience. 

As a result, I see no reason not to give the book a 4 out of 4 stars rating. The author’s book wowed me with the realities and reality she presented and thoroughly articulated. As a result, it foregrounds the possibility that matters can be more complicated than they appear. Because it was carefully and expertly edited, the book was likewise free of errors. There was also no sexual element in it. It did, however, contain some vulgarity. 

I’d recommend this book to those struggling with PTSD, as well as a wide range of readers. This is because it’s packed with valuable information regarding the disorder and how to deal with it. It is also recommended for psychiatrists and medical professionals because it gives a more effective method of treating the disorder.